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St. Joseph's Convent, Redhill, Surrey. The Chapel. Unknown date. P.A. Buchanan & Co. Ltd.
Comment 1

Briony Wood from Haywards Heath posted this comment on Tuesday 04 January 2011 01:37:00.

I was a boarder at this school in about 1965 and it was in this chapel at morning mass that I fainted. I was sitting first row on the right. I have very fond memories of this school.


Comment 2

Pauline Newman from Stony Stratford posted this comment on Thursday 27 January 2011 23:04:00.

I was a day girl at the convent from 1968. The chapel was very beautiful. Such a shame that the Convent was demolished.


Comment 3

John Barrett from Reigate posted this comment on Thursday 23 February 2012 17:38:00.

I saw the last of the roof being removed from this Chapel on 22 February. It was the curved piece above the altar. The site is being levelled for housing.


Comment 4

Mary Poole new marti from Cotswolds oxon posted this comment on Monday 16 November 2015 08:08:00.

I was a boarder from 1964 to 1968. I vividly remember the dormitory and the daily mass in the chapel. The only way we could be excused from 06.30 mass was to go for a cross country run! Does anyone remember sister Jerome and sister Emmanuel?


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Joan Evertitt from Farnham posted this comment on Monday 11 April 2016 17:02:00.

Hello Mary Poole, I went to St Josephs from 1960 to 1964 and I remember Sister Jerome and Sister Emmanuel.I can't say that I was happy at the school however I would love to hear from any of the girls in my year. I can remember Jacko Bateman Ann Connelly Karen Clark.


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Elizabeth Heyer from Steeple Bumpstead posted this comment on Thursday 11 August 2016 22:09:00.

I was at the school with my twin sister Jane for about 3 years - about 1963 to 1967. We hated it. The nuns were cruel and their behaviour was at odds with their apparent religious beliefs.


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brenda eade from littlehampton posted this comment on Monday 24 October 2016 17:12:00.

Was here 1947-52 remember sister

Jerone and rev mother bernard

Best friend penny louden


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Marjorie Austin from Mississauga Ontario Canada posted this comment on Thursday 26 January 2017 21:21:00.

I remember Penny I was a boarder when she was there, I kept in touch with Sister Jerome who later became Sister Nescall she died in her 90's. I was at the convent 1948 to 1954.


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Maria Victoria Garcia Azuero from Los Angeles, California posted this comment on Thursday 06 September 2018 19:28:03.

I remember Reverend Mother Bernard. I was a boarder from Colombia. Very little English. One day, at noon, I wanted to go to the Post Office in town, Redhill. Instead, when asked by Sister Jerome, 1966, ¿Where are you going? I responded to the City to post some letters for my family. Little did I Know that City is London. Soooo, Sister Jerome was infuriated. She said: You need to go and talk to Reverend Mother. Off I went. Knock on door. Yes, Enter. Me: Reverend Mother. Yessss... ¿What have you done? So I told her. And here eyes became giant. ¿What? ¿Are you going to London on you lunch break? Noooo! To town. Redhill. To Post Office, to send letters to my family. Ohhhh! She began to laugh so hard. And then Reverend Mother explained to me the difference between City (London) and town (Redhill).



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